CBS has virtually wrapped up the November sweep in overall audience but NBC and Fox enter the final three nights in a neck-and-neck battle for the adults 18-49 crown.
The Sundance Channel has signed to do the exclusive U.S. cablecast of the European Film Awards for the fourth straight year.
After a long delay, the Federal Communications Commission has complied with a court ruling and erased from the books a regulation requiring cablers to scramble sexually explicit programming.
Five syndicated rerun series -- Columbia TriStar TV's "Seinfeld," Warner Bros. TV's "Friends," King World's "Everybody Loves Raymond," Paramount TV's "Frasier" and Twentieth TV's "King of the Hill"…
French cable and satellite TV channels had revenues of 5 billion francs ($668 million) in 2000, up 28% from the previous year, according to an annual report.
U.S.-German film and music producer In-Motion is expanding into music television, acquiring a roughly 6% stake in German music television group Viva Media.
Expressing concern about Liberty Media's planned $5 billion purchase of six regional cable systems from Deutsche Telekom, European broadcasting giant RTL Group is asking German federal regulators to…
A French cable channel has flouted one of France's most sacrosanct broadcasting rules: the banning of movies from TV on a Saturday night.
The Czech Broadcasting Council said that it is beginning administrative proceedings against TV3, which it accuses of acting as a pirate broadcaster.
The World Wrestling Federation will produce "WWF Divas," a one-hour primetime entertainment special for UPN in March that'll be similar to the annual TV edition of the "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit…
A collection of empty soundbytes, WNET's "The Inside Reel: Digital Filmmaking" is a lazy and dated look at Hollywood's love affair with the tech revolution. Strangely reliant on scads of 2-year-old…